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Participant Permissions and other settings

New Here ,
Dec 14, 2007 Dec 14, 2007

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The help screens show this screen which I can't find to control participant permissions or meeting room settings. How do I get to this screen? When I am a meeting host, I all I have in the top left is "Meeting" and "Help". The closest thing I can find is from the "Meeting" menu which "Meeting Information" takes you to another window with some meeting statistics, and time zone settings etc. But that's all I can locate. From there I have "My Account" and "Meeting Information".

Where do I need to look for these settings?

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LEGEND ,
Dec 14, 2007 Dec 14, 2007

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That screen is from within the Enterprise Manager, not the meeting room. If you want to get there from your meeting room, you would select Meeting > Manage Room with Connect Enterprise Manager.

You would need to be in the Meeting Host group, to get access to that section, not just a host of that meeting.

Your control over the room and participants can all be done through the Meeting menu or through the Attendee List Pod and it's Pod Options Menu.

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Dec 14, 2007 Dec 14, 2007

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Hey, thanks for the help. I guess I need to be certain I'm in that group as I don't see the Enterprise Manager. Since I created the account and signed up for the trial, why am I not in the Meeting Host group? Or, as it's a trial, does that not exist?

Thanks again,

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LEGEND ,
Dec 15, 2007 Dec 15, 2007

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You are on a trial account? Is it a trial account of Adobe Connect or Adobe Connect Pro? It sounds like it is just Adobe Connect. If you would like to set up a Pro account, there is much more functionality since it is a full version of the product, you can Private Message me and I can get that set up for you.

Additionally, since you set up the account you would be an Administrator, by default, but would have to add yourself to the Meeting Host Group in the enterprise manager. Even with a trial account you should have access to the enterprise manager. To get it you will go to almost the same URL as your meeting room, just without the bit on the end that is your meeting room, connect23448383726.acrobat.com/ for example, just don't put anything after acrobat.com and your same user name and password should work.

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Dec 26, 2007 Dec 26, 2007

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Hey Jorma,

My trial expired so I signed up because we do like the service.

This is Acrobat Connect, not pro. If I remove the room after the URL (which is just generic connect.acrobat.com) then there is no place to login, I end up at the product page. Perhaps these features are for PRO users only? I really thought they were supposed to be for regular users as well, that was not clear from the connect product page.

In fact, those features are distinctly listed on the regular product page's feature list, as opposed to the pro page.

http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobatconnect/productinfo/features/#item8

vs:

http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobatconnectpro/productinfo/features/

Thanks for your help.

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